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tick . this is kpix 5 news. >> good evening. i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm ken bastida. that clock just keeps on ticking. four days and counting before that bart strike deadline. the union and management talked again today and will be back at the table again tomorrow. christin ayers caught up with bart's chief negotiator tonight. he's been taking a lot of flak for going on vacation during the middle of negotiations and also what looks like a pretty clear conflict of interest. >> you know, ken, it does look like a conflict of interest. his naum is tom hawk, and he works for a company that actually profited from the bart strike. his company brokered a contract for shuttle service when the train stopped running. when tom hawk left the negotiating table today i asked him about that.
he told me his xan only collected a small amount of money. he also defended his choice to go on vacation. >> those days we were not schedule today meet. she had days scheduled monday and tuesday with the union, but there were no days originally scheduled with us that week. >> what about those charges that you had a conflict of interest with the transportation company. >> i don't know anything about that. >> made $500 during the strike. >> that's lot of money, isn't it. >> it's not, but it's still money. it's still money, though. >> yeah. i mean, come on, let's be real. >> it is $500, but it's the principle of the thing, right. >> matter how you want to look at it. >> your thoughts are it isn't a conflict of interest. >> the board will ultimately decide whether there was a conflict of interest. as far as talks tonight, union rep told us still no movement
whatsoever on the major issues of wages and benefits, ken. >> 500 bucks is 500 bucks, though. he's part of a company that represents somebody who made money off the strike, there's no getting off that. christin ayers reporting live from oakland. so what options do commuters have? not many. bart says an outside judge cannot come in because california is a collective bargaining state. bringing in replacement drivers is also out of the question legally so what about asking the governor for a cooling-off period. >> all it does is drag this out plus sets us up for a possible strike in october. october is our highest ridership month every year. >> it has about $20 million that could be used to hire more buses, bus drivers, but that would be a bad investment because it stands to lose a lot of money if the strike gets
settled quickly. if there is a strike, san francisco bay ferry will add extra service. there will also be an additional arrival and departure dock at the golden gate farely building. that is triple the average amount. of course, you can find the latest information on commuter al tern tefs and strike survival guide on kpix.com. a big sieg of relief tonight. a man caught on camera in a brutal attack is now behind bars. it's hard to watch but joe vasquez tells us if the video didn't go viral, the attacker might have walked away scot-free. >> police chief greg suhr announced the arrest at a community meeting in castro. >> it was just a horrific, completely after the fact malicious kick to the head of the poor woman on the ground. >> 23-year-old christopher porter bailey of oakland was the man caught on video savagely
attacking a robbery victim. it happened pride weekend june 29th. the robbers took a woman's purse then for no apparent reason kicked her right in the face. immediately after the crime, cops arrested two other people. another man was also arrested, but those charges were dropped. the cops say the group robbed several people that night in a crime spree along market street. chief sir says the surveillance video was instrumental in catching him. >> you know, we got a lot of public help. we got a lot of help from some sources i can't really speak to, but they were shocked by the video. we got help from every quarter. >> mission district captain bob moser tells me his investigators are telling him it turns tout cops know porter bailey already because he was involved in a fight two years ago also during pride weekend. despite that timing, the captain
says right now there is no indication that group was targeting people because they're gay, no evidence of a hate crime. >> as for the victim, she is expected to recover fully. tonight, daphne webb's family wants to remind everyone the 21 month old is still missing. tonight they held a candle light vigil nearly three weeks after her dad says someone kidnapped her from his car although police isn't sure what happened. they are combing dichtd neighborhoods to look for clus, knocking on doors and passing out fliers. the man charged in the deaths of two san francisco jowlly store clerks pleaded not guilty today to murder. prosecutors say 23-year-old barry white, jr., attacked the victims because he believed he paid $300 too much for a piece of jumly. police say that july 12th rampage inside the jewelry mart was one of the most horrific
crime scenes they have ever seen. white remains in custody without bail. asiana airlines will retire flight no. 214. that tees number of the flight that crashed at sfo on july 6th. carry flight no. 212, dropping flight numbers involved in mishaps as standard airline practice. also tonight it is official. the u.s. government has declassified the documents that edward snowden leaked. the feds say those materials don't need to be secret anymore. obviously since everyone knows about them by now, but tonight we have information on a program that is still classified. sharon chen tells us what x key score can do. >> the u.s. government can vacuum up information on nearly everything you do on the internet as you're doing it. the secret program called x key score detailed in these classified documents apparently
leaked by edward snowden. >> they have multiple ways to get all your information, phones, e-mail, your web browsing. >> mark klein blew the whistle several years ago for o and today with x key score and new technology. >> they could store a whole on everybody in the country going back years. it's pretty frightening. >> government surveillance versus privacy took center stage at a talk tonight in oakland. exkey score say massive infrastructure with hundreds of servers around the world. don't even need your e-mail address to monitor your online. it is ill lisle for intelligence ageneral dis to monitor americans would have a warrant. >> the government gets access first and then proves that you did something wrong second. it's not supposed to be that way. >> some computer users say it's
not a big deal. >> it's not like i'm concerned that, oh, they're going to look at me. if they do, that's fine. >> for those that don't want the government watching, there is enkripgs that can protect you. >> when you have that little lock icon in your browser in top right or top left corner so there's no evidence that the nsa can break this enkripgs. >> google and microsoft have the enkripgs but yahoo and aol do not, and facebook announced today it will. >> interesting stuff. when we first heard about the nsa surveillance going on, we heard about program called prism. now, how is prism different than the x key score. >> that's right. okay. prism is when the nsa targets orders to specific silicon valley companies to get information on specific foreign terror suspects. x key core is much wider in scope. one description that it's like vacuuming a who will room on
americans. sharon, thank you for that. new revelations tonight in the case of the three women held hostage for years in the cleveland house. documents show how arielle castro lured them to his basement in the first place. amanda barry, gina dejesus and michelle knight kept diaries. instead they were chained up and raped repeatedly over the years. if he wanteded to punish them, he kept them in the cold basement or the sweltering attic. they got one meal a day and one shower a week. last friday, castro pled guilty to rape, kidnapping and aggravated murder. he'll spend the rest of his life in prison. starting tomorrow, two more states will ring wedding bells for gay and lesbian couples. rhode island and minnesota become the 12th and 13th states to allow same-sex marriage along with the district of cluchl baa.
nuptials started at the stroke of midnight and the mall of americas chapel of love and county courthouses sprinkled around minnesota. coming up, asleep on the job. >> coming up. where these train conductors were caught with their eyes anywhere but on the rails and how their bosses are cracking down. a war era mystery unearthed in the bay area. what crews were surprised to find under what was supposed to be a regular, old construction site. and fly then drive without unbuckling your seat belt. how this vehicle will take you from the air to the road in no time. saw some 90s inland today. vacaville 91. plenty of 60s near the bay. jevenly we were sunnier and warmer. we'll talk about which weekend day is going to be warmer for you for your outdoor plans next in the forecast.
could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. yep, everybody knows that. well, did you know some owls aren't that wise? don't forget i'm having brunch with meghan tomorrow. who? meghan, my coworker. who?
seriously? you've met her like three times. who? (sighs) geico. fifteen minutes could save you...well, you know. doing instead of paying attention to the rails. one is caught sl . caught on camera, you won't belief what train conductors in argentina were doing instead of paying attention to the rails. one is caught sleeping, another reading a book, and a third
playing on the phone. now, all these men have been fired and argentina is making drivers pass more inspections, including a blood test. the cameras were installed after argentina's latest deadly commuter train crash which killed three people last month. a lot of digging underway in the south bay these days as san jose earthquakes anxiously await a new soccer field. as kiet do tells us each time the shovel comes out of the ground a little bit of history gets unearthed, as well. >> it was supposed to be a quick demolition job. be done in about six weeks. were you shocked when you found out who was underground. >> absolutely. the size of the structures, nobody r would have anticipated. >> instead, they found the ghosts of silicon valley's past. a total of 70 reinforced concrete vaults that likely served as bomb shelters. there were 200 pilings dug 60 feet into the ground. they were so deep, crews just
snapped them off halfway then mystery objects thoo looked like ammunition. a weapons expert was called in. >> what they discovered was it was not unexploded am mu snigs. >> what was it then. >> they never were able to tell us exactly what it was. >> it gets worse. next they dug up pipes with asbestos and all that deging it put them below the water tanl table so holes flooded. after the old fmc defense contractor that made tanks here. >> you promise no mer surprises. >> absolutely. >> the extra cleanup cost three quarters of a million dollars or about 1% of the $60 million price tag and tlaed the opening by a few months. >> i know people waited so long and there's a lot of frustration it's taken as long to get this done, but i think at the end of the day, it's going to be a
world klass stadium and one people can be very proud of. >> the original opening date was the beginning of the season in march but that's been pushed back the halfway point of the season some time in the middle of summer 2014. also today we got a closer took into how engineers are going to fix the bad bolt problem on the new bay bridge. workers are constructing a steel saddle, 144,000-pound contraption that will attached to two giant pierre peers and secure a baring plate. we also asked engineers if temporary steel shems are still an option to get the bridge open earlier than december. >> i think some additional external review to confirm, you know, what we believe those shems will actually do, the actual fabrication work for those shems is well underway and should be complete if not already complete within a few
days. >> still a possibility. experts are supposed to weigh in thoon temporary fix by mid august. engineers still expect december to be the earliest they can finish those permanent repairs. it's part airplane, part car. at about 7 feet wide and 19 feet long, this contraction shown off today at a wisconsin aviation show can fly you and a buddy somewhere, then when you land, you can fold in the wings and drive to your next destination. >> you drive it like a car. it's got a steerg wheel, a gas pedal, a break pedal. you have to remember what you do. are you driving or are you flying, but the plane noes what it's do sglg well, its cost a pretty penny. $279,000, and you need a pilot's license to operate it. it runs on regular unledded gas and gets up to 35 miles per gallon. doesn't look like the little yets. >> yeah. >> kind of big. yeah.
too big. >> i like the jet sons better. >> lower the prois by about 98, 99%, and weir right. >> i like how you can drop people out of the jetsons. >> i like that. that is a machine that cleans everything up, too. all right. what do we got going on the future around here? the next seven days future will look a lot like the past four or five days. on shore flow not as strong as it has been recently. keptd things down temperature wise away from the water. today's high 82 and likely even a degree or two cooler coming up tomorrow. look at these impressive rain fall totals for july wrapg up the month in a few minutes, zero, which is exactly average. july is our driest month and certainly play that out this year. weal start off august in martinez. microclimate forecast stop, cloudy start. sunny finish. the one thing i notice the
difference in temperature, the change. 77 for your high on friday in martinez. the next several days all about the on shore flow just like the past several. the question is where is it coming from. to our north, low pressure area getting weaker on friday. continue over the weekend as we head toward next week that low moves out. enter the next low pressure area, which will keep the on shore flow going. as long as we have that flow, temperatures will remain below normal. lots of fog. clouds for the morning. get the afternoon sunshine just like today. a consistent weather pattern. sunny in afternoon and temperatures running a little cooler. san jose 75. should be at 83. palo alto 73. yundown city tomorrow. cloudy start 68. walnut creek make it to 80. so will san ramon, concord, pittsburgh, apt i don't care once we get there, we hang out
over the weekend, both week end days mild but not warm or hot and be there all the way through the middle of next week. i don't see any reason to change the forecast. >> i don't see any reason. you don't see any reason. >> good one to not change. >> cruze control. >> we'll take it. >> i like his little graphic right there. i have a new time song for the oakland a's, here comes the sun. i'm going back to the beatles. >> i like that. >> the reason is there's something about the opponent. and the giants find a pill that just might cure their ill coming up. hello to you. i'm gayle king. tomorrow, the ceo of united airlines plus meet the bull that's beating the cowboys. that's tomorrow on cbs morning. ♪ all right, let's go ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate ♪ we, we chocolate cross over
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the a's got one today..and e it . oh, boy. >> w for the giants. >> well, how about that. >> took awhile. >> great. >> elizabeth, have you ever gotten that cheap wine ken gives people for christmas presents. >> no, never. >> okay. have you ever received a gift that you didn't really want? the a's got one today, but they
fwaif it back. blue jays manager john gibbins wondering who this this lineup can possibly play fence. the ball got past steve. runs scored. jays take two to one lead. r. a. dickey tripped brent. have a night trip. see you next fall. duobatters later, brandon moss hits another can of corn. four errors for toronto, but you know what, it was tied at two in the tenth no more. jose bautista down the line. scores three in the inning to beat the a's 5 to 2. no 15th win for colon. >> end of the day, gives you six innings and only gives up two runs. if that's a bad day, we'll take that any time. >> that's tough to come by, you know, when you play poor desdpens still win the game. we were definitely fortunate today. we have to feel good about that one. when you're dealing with that
sun around 2. 30, 3:00, it's right there and big. buzzed the giants bullpen today there would be bay pac from that man. in his first major league at bat, roger hit one to right center. scores to make it 4 to nothing giants. 7th inning, a monster day for brett pill. he had three hits, four runs booted in and this powering home run immediate you wonder why wasn't this guy called up to the big leagues a little sooner. giants win 9 to 2. a reporter from the gossip web sielt tmz tracked down brian wilson who said signing with the dodgers wasn't his fault. >> this is exciting. >> yeah. this is exciting. >> 30 teams out there and 29 teams don't want me. >> yeah. >> what am i going to do, say i don't want to play baseball. there's nothing i can do. no. 4, keep your eye on former athletic travis during batting practice.
he gets hit in the head with a fly ball, suffers a left eye contusion. whatever happened to former giant nate? he's alive and well in writing lee field where the cubs beat the brewers. no. 2, i've heard of pulling a rabbit out of your hat, but a baseball? . and then no. 1, beltran, a drive way back. i don't believe it. good-bye! they've done it begin. >> adran beltre hits walk-off home run. third-consecutive walk-off hoim run for the rangers who have now cut the a's lead to four games in the american league west. six games a couple of games ago, and as much as the blue jays tried to give the a's the game today, they weren't able to take it. >> rangers can't win a world series to save their life. no fear of the rangers. >> i'll go with oakland. >> i like it. >> here comes the sun. >> no such thing.
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